Mariam Fares sings for charity
Lebanese singer Mariam Fares recently held a charity concert for the Love and Faith Association at their annual dinner celebration at the Movenpick Hotel in Beirut.
According to the London based Elaph, Mariam accepted the invitation to hold the performance with great joy and stated that she was honored to sing for a worthy cause, believing that every artist should take part in charity work.
Mariam performed a number of her most popular hits while the audience sang right along with her. Proceeds from the event went directly to needy families in Lebanon.
Mariam is scheduled to head to Tunisia to hold a Valentine’s Day performance at a grand event along with several other artists. After her Tunisian stop, the singer will head to Dubai to hold a concert at the Crown Plaza Hotel.
Mariam has joined the recent trend of Arab singers who have chosen to film their music videos in European countries.
Mariam chose Paris as the perfect location to film the clip for her song "Ha’lik Rahtak" (I Will Disturb your Peace) from her latest album "Nadini" (Call Me).
Other Lebanese singers who have chosen Paris to film their videos include Majida Al Roumi, Rami Ayash, Madelline Matar, and Ragheb Alama.
Director Wisam Samira chose the crowded streets of Paris for the setting to give Mariam a romantic and natural appearance. The video features the French Gymnase Marie Bella, one of the oldest dance theaters in Paris dating back over 250 years.
"I Will Disturb your Peace" was written by Mariam’s sister, Rula Fares, and was composed by Mohammad Raheem